In my humble opinion (lol) this book would have made a great short story, but doesn't really have enough material for a book. Another reviewer said it was one of her favorite GLH books, so I suppose it's just in what you like. The story is about a young man who helped start a mission and then went to Europe for two years to study architecture. While there, his Christian principles were pushed aside and he returned home thinking that he will not spend any more time with the mission. But the people at the mission have taken up a collection to buy him a painting to go in the office/den that his parents have added on to their house for him. He has to meet with the mission people at the reception that is given to welcome him back and he finds that the painting, a depiction of the Last Supper, has been hung over the fireplace. It seems to have an odd effect on him. Eventually, he finds his entire life changed all because of the picture and the young woman who selected it. The story is okay, I just don't think there's enough there for a book. But others may feel differently, and it isn't very expensive, so you may want to give it a try.